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closed #135103

Utilities Construction

103 N College AVE

Case Date:
11/4/2013

Customer says water is coming into basement from underground, not sure why. Please check on this.

closed #135206

Utilities Construction

222 W Kirkwood AVE

Case Date:
11/12/2013

Water coming out of bldg.

closed #135205

Utilities Construction

2231 S Fairmount CT

Case Date:
11/12/2013

water running out of her yard, down sidewalk to sewer drain.

closed #178891

Utilities Construction

3425 S Cedarwood CIR

Case Date:
2/8/2022

This is more of a question after some recent work done by my property to fix a water main leak. As you can see from the image, there is some damage done to the lawn by heavy equipment used during the process. I was wondering if the city is going to help fix some of that or whether the responsibility lies on me. Also, is there any plan to re-pave part of the street that was drilled through to fix the underground water leak? Guessing yes once it is warmer outside? Thanks!

closed #135222

Utilities Construction

3963 N Ironwood CT

Case Date:
11/13/2013

customer hears water running in the storm drain in front of his house.

closed #135149

Utilities Construction

4070 W Barge LN

Case Date:
11/6/2013

big water puddle in driveway, stays wet.

closed #173924

Utilities Construction

4210 Old State Rd 37

Case Date:
10/11/2020

I've recently had a plumber repair a water leak for me and he referred me to contact you guys. He said that I need to ask you guys to come out and replace my very old concrete water main area with the newer pipe/fittings and the composite circular area around the main.

closed #170757

Utilities Construction

4600-4898 W Vernal Pike, Bloomington, Indiana, 47404

Case Date:
10/18/2019

Need to properly & permanently repair road cut for water main repair @ 4738 W Vernal Pike

closed #133286

Utilities Construction

4674 W Gifford RD

Case Date:
8/9/2013

Water standing and running down the street in front of his residence

closed #172192

Utilities Construction

600 E Moody DR

Case Date:
4/9/2020

Three very large pipes have been lying in my yard for over one week now. I believe that this is for a contracted public works project. I do not want to approach the workers during this public health crisis as they are not wearing face masks. I would like to be able to mow my lawn this weekend, and I do not feel that the lawn of an occupied house is the appropriate place to store construction equipment. I would like to request that the workers are instructed to remove the pipes from my lawn either today (Thursday, April 09, 2020) or tomorrow. In the event that this is not a water-related project, I would assume the city has permits on file to communicate with the appropriate party.